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NOUN   pay | -
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VERB  to pay | paid/[archaic] payed | paid/[archaic] payed ... 
 
SYNO   to compensate | to make up | to pay ... 
to pay
32767
zahlen
to pay
2365
bezahlen
to pay sth. [a sum, an amount, a fee]
471
etw. entrichten [eine Summe, einen Betrag, eine Gebühr]
to pay
355
bestreiten [Kosten etc.]
to pay
345
blechen [ugs.]
to pay
313
honorieren [Honorar zahlen]
to pay
13
erlegen [österr.] [zahlen]
to pay
6
brennen [österr.] [ugs.] [zahlen]
to pay [be profitable or advantageous]Nutzen abwerfen
to pay [be profitable or advantageous]sich auszahlen [ugs.] [sich bezahlt machen, sich lohnen]
to pay [be profitable]sich rentieren
to pay sth. [e.g. a fine]etw.Akk. latzen [Ruhrgebiet] [Strafe, Bußgeld bezahlen]
naut. tech. to pay sth. [seal sth. with pitch or tar to prevent leakage]etw.Akk. verpechen [seltener für: verpichen]
naut. tech. to pay sth. [seal sth. with pitch or tar to prevent leakage]etw.Akk. verpichen [mit Pech ausstreichen, verschließen]
naut. tech. to pay sth. [seams]etw.Akk. auspichen [z. B. Decknähte]
Nouns
pay
572
Bezahlung {f}
fin. jobs pay
327
Lohn {m} [Arbeitsentgelt]
pay
112
Entlohnung {f}
mil. pay
45
Sold {m}
naut. pay
37
Heuer {f}
pay
26
Vergütung {f}
econ. pay
24
Arbeitsentgelt {n}
pay
15
Besoldung {f}
econ. jobs pay {sg}Löhne und Gehälter {pl}
2 Words: Others
fin. jobs for pay {adv}gegen Lohn
in sb.'s paybei jdm. in Lohn
Pay attention!Aufgepasst!
Pay attention!Passen Sie auf! [formelle Anrede]
Pay attention! [said to two or more people]Passt auf!
Pay attention! [said to two or more people]Gebt fein acht!
Pay self.Zahlen Sie diesen Scheck an mich selbst.
without pay {adj}unbezahlt
without pay {adv}ohne Bezahlung
2 Words: Verbs
insur. to co-pay sth.etw. zuzahlen
to pay (off)sich lohnen
to pay (sb.) sth. (for sth.)(jdm.) etw. (für etw.) bezahlen
to pay additionallyzusätzlich zahlen
to pay addressesAnsprachen halten
to pay alimony [Am.]Alimente zahlen
to pay alimony [Am.]Unterhalt zahlen
to pay attentionachtgeben
to pay attentionaufpassen
to pay attentionbeachten
to pay attentionaufmerksam sein
to pay attentionAufmerksamkeit erweisen
to pay attentionAufmerksamkeit zollen
to pay backamortisieren
to pay backrückerstatten
to pay backrückvergüten
to pay backtilgen
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